In 1937, I was suffering from a severe attack of dermatitis

In 1937, I was suffering from a severe attack of dermatitis. Over a period of about twelve months I had been to three different doctors, and they had helped me to the best of their ability with various treatments without giving me any relief.

In desperation I went to see a skin specialist. Over a period of weeks I took to him various ingredients with which I came in contact in my work. He was able to prove conclusively, according to medical science, that I was allergic to flour, and that contact with flour was causing the skin infection.

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